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CSPAN
Dec 8, 2012 5:00pm EST
and that is what they find. most of the laws about campaign finance were laws that of men passed in the progressive era and you know there wasn't a lot of attention paid to campaign finance. this kind of introduces the campaign finance question very quickly. i don't think there was anything illegal. i don't think it past the smell test. i think people looked at it suspiciously. by the letter of the law, that was clear and this is also one of the parts of the story that gets kind of messy that adlai stevenson have a fund that was somewhat similar to nixon's fund and once that emerges than nixon is taking money from rich guys and that they stick exception goes away. there was nothing legal by the letter of the law. it doesn't pass the smell test by most people and the question is, is nixon influenced? there are ways you can see some connections between those who are giving them him the money and the legislation that he had fought for a senator up until that point in time and in congress. there's clearly some sense that you have kind of pro-real estate anti-public housing policies that
CSPAN
Dec 9, 2012 10:45pm EST
coming into the nation whose restrictions in the country are to violate the law. are we running the risk of inculcating a culture with this population and i will certainly like to have your thoughts on this problem and solve this issue by adamle strengthening the country but hopefully avoiding the further demise. >> what ever series we find on immigration has to include the control and include some kind of a worker permit system which is actually rigorously enforced. that is i happen to think we are going to end up with some kind of system that has people that are a resident and who have a work permit they are not on the path to citizenship at some point you have to be practical about what is doable but i think it's very important to ensure as you build that what you have now and i don't think people that show up here as we refuse to control the border and refused to identify who you are and refused to police ourselves, and refused to do anything that we find we are here to tell you you are stiffer taking advantage of the richest country in the world is to say to you please come and
CSPAN
Dec 9, 2012 9:00am EST
including the university at albany, state university of new york, the albany law school which is the fourth oldest law school in the u.s. and the albany college of pharmacy and health sciences. >> we're in the university at albany library's department of special collections and archives, and we're the main repository on campus for collecting archival records, historical records and primary sources that are used by students, teachers, professors, scholars, journalists and many others to do historical research. [background sounds] >> the national death penalty archive was started here at the university at albany in 2001. it was a partnership between the archivist here in the department of special collections and archives and faculty members in the school of criminal justice. there is no national death penalty archive for documenting the fascinating history of capital punishment in the united states, so we set forth to establish the first death penalty archive. and what we do is we reach out to key organizations, significant individuals who are working either to abolish capital punishme
CSPAN
Dec 1, 2012 9:30pm EST
a law practice in a log cabin and slowly worked the way up and became a successful lawyer in georgia lee that and got involved politically ran for congress. served for eighth terms and
CSPAN
Dec 9, 2012 8:00pm EST
speedometer to protect civilians and playing -- >> [inaudible] >> basis for international law -- what's that like for the future? >> well, i think in this case, in terms of the responsibility of the set to protect doctrine is one of the reasons the united states wanted to intervene, you know, on some level in this conflict was to beef up the case for the r2t doctrine, and intergnarl law is a fuzzy, sort of a subject and so some degree, built on a large degree on precedent. i have to say the united states intervenedded in libya back in -- intervened in libya back in the early 1800s to support basically to fund a rebellion in benghazi that would move forward taking out the unfriendly -- >> [inaudible] >> they were attacking our ships, and, well, yeah, i mean, we could -- >> [inaudible] >> what would have happened if here's the preventative doctrine, and what would have happenedded, and president obama made this comment in the debate. if we left gadhafi in power, you know, with, you know, agitated, with his mercurial mood and tendency to blow up lots of airplanes, you know, i thi
CSPAN
Dec 8, 2012 9:00pm EST
, a first step in the development of international refugee law and policy. the international office of you are fuji in 1938. he yearned to rally members of the non-- and wished he could do something akin to lindberg's recent flight across the atlantic. 1928 he decided it was up to him too a tattered equivalent to go around the world alone by bicycle. luckily he didn't have to do that actually. he departed shanghai on a battered secondhand bicycle but then upgraded to a new bicycle in ban cook and a battered secondhand motorcycle. it gave a new motorcycle and a letter that guaranteed assistance from area offices around the world. the publish account thanked the worldwide services of the ymca, shell oil, and the fire stone company. he dependented on the goal availability of gasoline, oil, and tin food. the array much industrial good and services that were now spread almost everywhere in the world. like the circumcycling with the south asian he made the transend with the encouragement of many white russians. above all, there was the pass port for which he was unlikely around the world amb
CSPAN
Dec 2, 2012 3:00pm EST
all of your inputs. if you put this in your mother- in-law's hand and you say you want her to put it the gaming mode or puts the input button and then through all the selections with the arrow and that is all there is to it.you can name every one of your inputs which i think is a wonderful feature.customize the look of your tv with your picture mode. there is a but n the top that will enable you to do and movie and [c etcd pc etc. utton >>guest: lookout is adjusting the leds in the background and is giving you more brightness in the and more to the bridge details in the blacks. you can pop it on the dynamic mode and enjoy color like you never seen before on the big screen tv. all the different methods edger fingertips and i touched one button to access that and is that simple and easy.3 hdmi inputscompleted into every want to. it is not only about the quality and the sound but the size. yes >>host: indeed girlfriend! [laughter] qr app rating from the 30 to end 50 in. going to 145 times largepercent larger.-- if you aregrading >>host: tv and i purchase 32 in. 720 p lcd tv and i paid $
CSPAN
Dec 2, 2012 12:15am EST
apps store and it features a 9 daughter-- our battery life. you can have a different law again for your kids and when you do again for that they do not have access for all of your e- mail and all of your duties. they have access to their own goodies and to the degree you allow them to do so.at i mean by that is maybe i will let my kids play games hour today and they can read all day if they want to. one of the candle does beautifully is it is the reader it is out of asthis wo is not simply an e reader to do not let c13 full year but it has features of a computer you can download search the internet and so much more here >>host: by the time. and i are off the air at 2:00 a.m. and the third of a quantity will be gone and believe me we tried to get as many as we could so i know if you miss the story this is a encore presentation. we only found out about this on thursday and when i say it is literally off presses and if you have your bo your heart set on america's favorite tablet this is it. you can watch all of these things online you can do shopping searching internetsurfing the inte
CSPAN
Dec 2, 2012 7:45am EST
law. this is one of my favorite things. we should have a show called favorite things >>host: this was my host pick. this brings music back into the home. i paid $50 for a lesson for my daughter. she had played by and the lighted 1 forever she was bored but at the same time she was able to learn the proper instruction. i would still recommend lessons as well. sometimes hard to get to the lesson it because you have a soccer game or your other kid has a soccer game. we have maybe 200 or 300 left. keep calling on yours. aaron berger is sticking around with the samsung computer. [commercial] [reading] [♪ music ♪] >>host: is is a looking computer my friend. i am >>guest: so excited to offerc13 computer! this is >>host: samsung windows 8 it is a jack up computer. dual core speed with a 500 gb hard and 4 gb ram.c13 is loaded with a high-definition webcam. you have your cd ed dvd burner. this is your last to read this up for the year. to grab -- this for a gift.$70 off the price and free shipping and handling to take bids of. 5 flex payments of $105.90. [reading] v i >>host: p financing if
CSPAN
Dec 9, 2012 7:00pm EST
beginning to institute censorship laws and hollywood had brought in will rogers who had been in the harding cabinet mr. protestant, and kennedy now positioned himself as a non-jew, and studio after studio hired, at one point he ran for major studios, and that each of those she demanded to be paid in stock options. by the time he left hollywood after only a couple of years he was a multimillionaire because he knew how to manipulate the stock options. he knew how to turn those pieces of paper into dollars, millions of dollars coming and he did come and having learned how to make an advantage of a disadvantage at age 50, he had those millions and millions of dollars at age 50 the way the stock market worked and the stock and bonds retreated, and he knew a crash was coming and he pulled out all of his money so that when the crash did come he was left with his millions in an extraordinary position. yet with that crashed we are suffering from a recession now and a lot of people are suffering. we all know people who suffer. but it doesn't compare to the depression of the 50's. kennedy was
CSPAN
Dec 8, 2012 7:00pm EST
sure about that. then hines says but maybe the inevitable consequence. paul volcker cannot law old ally -- tala lie and then in fact, it confirms the hidden agenda to maintain painfully high interest rates so monetary policy could go up. of final confirmation this after the bell was passed senator phil gramm called paul volcker to say now we have the budget under control kimmie have the easier monetary policy? he said we will see. that is a typical central banker response. that brings me to today. right now the budget is 5% of gnp that is similar to the reagan era budget deficit and bernanke will need a lot of pope to engineer an economic recovery without inflation. the fed raised interest rates after years of inflation had garnered public support for tight monetary policy but now after years of recession and unemployment they may have some resistance to wracked pre-emptively which is the only way to do it. and it is more crucial that congress and the president embark on a plan to balance the full employment budget as it did in the '80s and '90s. only then we can trust the total re
CSPAN
Dec 1, 2012 7:00pm EST
the watershed event was then president nixon signed into law, created the environmental protection agency. one of the first orders of business that the epa was to be in a series insecticide starting with ddt and including all of its other cousins come in many of which were toxic as ddt. that domestic income of the ban on the use of those in this country went into effect in 1972, where they began phasing them out. it is to bet that person didn't live to see that, but she didn't get i like to think of her in this photograph taken by her friends come in the freeman family who live next door to her in maine on the shoreline of southport island in maine about may 255 probably. it's one of my favorite photographs of her. she looks very content and very much someone at home in an environment and at home in the world and at home and her role as an author, a scientist and ultimately somebody who would change the way we think about things. i think that is a good place to stop and take any questions you have. >> anybody have any questions? [inaudible] >> the question is why was the book calle
CSPAN
Dec 8, 2012 2:45pm EST
confusion. so if a jewish professor at columbia law school writes a journal article defending the legality of israeli settlements, it's almost certainly not because the lobby orders or even prodded the professor. but because of the professor's personal identification with the jewish state. it's not a conspiracy, it's just ethic chauvinism. however, whereas it's almost guaranteed that the israel lobby will back the israeli government's current policies, whatever they happen to be and however indefensible they might be, that's, after all, what lobbies for foreign governments do. still, there's no guarantee that the jewish community will reflectsively -- reflectsively support these policies. the backing of american jews for israel has historically been conditional, and it's been circumstantial. it's been shaped by three factors; ethnicity, citizenship and ideology. plainly, american jews support israel in much higher percentages and with much greater fervor than most americans because israel calls itself a or this jewish state, and jews consequently fe a sense of kinship with it. the
CSPAN
Dec 8, 2012 8:00am EST
law but the united states still had no national program for addressing the health needs of the people. the 1938 health conference was the beginning of something different. instead of inviting only doctors to speak, the conference for the first time included members of labor unions, farm groups and civil rights organizations. included representative not just of the medical profession but of the people who need it and use health care. a woman named florence greenberg traveled from chicago, illinois to washington to offer her testimony. she was a member of the women's auxiliary of the steelworkers organizing committee, spending her days working in communities around the steel mills. greenberg told the audience at the national health conference that she had come to offer them a different picture of chicago. just steps away from the comfortable headquarters of the american medical association, tenements, a 6 chicago where people struggled with terrible health conditions related to poverty and unemployment and struggled to obtain basic medical care. greenberg told the conference of t
CSPAN
Dec 9, 2012 10:00pm EST
the prominent lawyers and judges who would not trigger to the law and order side. many heated arguments almost to the point that arose in the barber's chair. local author polly jacobson wrote, when i first set foot in san francisco in february 1850, sawyer continued in the clouds of steam, i wanted to be an engineer and a steamer pier twain grunted disapproval. but if i try performing the honest business of fighting fire in training the gang of right tied adolescent boys to lead the engines with their torches. the city desperately needs volunteers and needed runners like a then in new york city and new york. sawyers 90 life-saving acts urge had taken place on board a burning steamboat of which twain had a particular horror. the kind of dread that awakened the journalist that may and saddam shaking in clouds of cigar smoke. for that reason, you listen attentively, switzerland on this route. fire and explosion on board the steamboat independence. in which hundreds died from hideous goals. a steamer in new york city and christmas day 1850 he did not reach san francisco for the fi
CSPAN
Dec 2, 2012 6:00pm EST
. government points that by law they will never ever make again. --the government coins their rarity is unprecedented in modern numismatics. >>host: of your waiting and we appreciate that. with everybody online i have about 600 of them remaining. this is in and it is not happening anymore the rest of the year. a quick question. any paper currency? >>guest: cannot tonight. here is the reason i just did not have any quantity. but but www.hsn.com i think we have pieces of extraordinarily limited including i think i just restocked 500 $1,000 bills. >>host: and how do you clean silver coins? >>guest: never ever clean them. leave it just as it is please. you never clean it. it will destroy the value. >>host: coming up the silver dollar. look at a price break on that it is awesome. a lot price breaks in our show tonight. a great collection. >>guest: one of my favorites. it is kind of a secret american silver eagle. >>host: stay tuned. let us check out what is happening. if you want the insider look, we have got it for you in our spotlight. here it is. [♪ music ♪] >>host: welcome to your
CSPAN
Dec 9, 2012 2:00pm EST
. for the afghan community come it's not such a law. period >> afghans to remember this period. i remember traveling through helmand province in 2009 an old afghan man came up and asked me a marine colonel is with whether he knew mr. and mrs. learn all. of course the learners are the couple's had taught him english back there decades ago. he had no concept united states as a country 3,300,000,000 people. of course we americans should know every other american. why did we not do the people who are taught in english? for the afghans, they remember with great fondness american engagement and remember far more fondly than the current american. of our stabilization activities unfortunately. >> rajiv chandrasekaran, haven't there been several starts and stops, hopeful. in our history with afghanistan? >> there have. the 50s and 60s were a period of great optimism and obviously the soviet invasion after the taliban were toppled after the 9/11 attacks as a period of great optimism that afghanistan would be able to build a more stable democratic society. but the mature cry off the ball and
CSPAN
Dec 9, 2012 9:00pm EST
follows law the decade has been terrific they would try to get education and education doesn't work to get people to speed up. what works is when somebody sees a camera or an officer on the side of the road then everybody is compliant and i think we in halter have a lot of room to increase accountability. >> host: let's go back to the culture question again everybody raised their hand and in fact as you described that you are hesitant at first from hand to hand and what about the culture of medicine do you think has led us to this point of where we actually know that may be occurring or have a sense of that that we have gotten to this point where people are afraid to speak up and trade to criticize their peers and the institution. you talk about the fact go to where the people in health care, the nurses and doctors and the administrators at the hospital where they would seek the care how does the culture if he will proliferate what you've been talking about, and for the public how do they seek that information out? >> guest: told a friend to find out about the quality of the hospital i
CSPAN
Dec 8, 2012 10:00pm EST
an intersection. everybody follows the law. in the compliance rate we are trying to get everyone to follow the speed limit and forget raids it's been horrific. since we have had automobiles would have been trying to do education. education doesn't work to get people to follow the speed limits. what works is when somebody sees a camera or an officer on the side of the road and then everybody is compliant. lean health care have a lot of room to increase accountability and quite frankly i think it'll really restore the trust that has been broken with the general public. >> host: so let's go back to the culture question again. i was riveted when i was reading the book about your account when you are a net room and everybody raised their hands. in fact as you describe it, you were -- to raise your hand. there was a senior position next to you who looked at usaid really, you don't know anyone? but what about the culture do you think has led us to this point where we actually said -- where we no harm is occurring or we have a sense of it that we have gotten to this point where people are a
CSPAN
Dec 3, 2012 12:00am EST
you could wear this in a variety of ways. >>guest: design as her own law. yet if you like it choker, make a choker.you can't get at the very bottom but i do love this is really rich color and each one of these red jacket they-half 8 window of drusy.that that, you have to get real close to sea but each one of these has we're talking herkimer , with lexmark all but there is the and deep red agate. this is a natural gemstone, i love it. >>guest: it takes in a contemporary cooking gives it a sparkle. >>host: you mix it with smoky sindhis are pearls, calling pearls and smoky quartz compound (...) >>guest: the center drill them and they do add texture to it here again >>host: and then is the natural color of the stone. >>guest: it has card 9 yen in net carry get there is some translucency to the stone. and >>host: with all kinds of wonderful, exciting great gift of all pieces, this does have a lot of style and it is so personal. >>host: >>guest: >>guest: genuine is great and i get the most excited when i am tickled with a gift of purchase for somebody but did love to have a guest that i a
CSPAN
Dec 8, 2012 9:00am EST
-laws and seven grandchild. >> host: does your wife live back in muskogee? >> guest: yes, i go home every weekend. this is an exceptional weekend that i stayed here for this show, but i commute every weekend. and i need that. both emotionally and mentally to get back in the perspective of what people outside of washington think. you know, to me, i think there's a dearth of common sense here or a void of common sense. and i can go back home, and, you know, i'll go to a barbecue place in muskogee, oklahoma, and i'll get all sorts of good advice there from people who are walking in overalls or their mechanic's clothes or whatever it is. i can learn a lot by being home. >> host: in "breach of trust," you write: >> host: typical meeting with constituents or business groups begin with them showering praise at the feet of tear representativement -- their representative. >> guest: well, if you want something, what's the best way to do it, sugar or sauer? but it's the -- i guess i would say is it's important in life where you get your strokes. and if you get your strokes from your job or fro
CSPAN
Dec 8, 2012 6:00pm EST
the sea. that was an act of war under international law. it's a reason for going to war. nasser did not want the u.n. forces to be moved because he knew once they were removed, he as an egyptian would not be able to sit there and watch israeli boats pass by. he would have to blockade the straits again and that could cause a war. he sent instructions to his officers who were to meet with the heads of unef telling them we want to you move back from the border but stay in sharmelshef and stay in gaza. amir changed the orders. he wanted to regain glory he lost in the 1956 war. he changed the orders. we know this for fact. we have the protocol from the meeting. egyptians who came to the u.n. forces in sinai said we need you to turn out entirely. at the same time, amir sent egyptian paratroopers to occupy the region. once he did that -- >> where did you find this information? >> we found this information in the u.n. archives. u.n. archives operate according to the 30-year rule. they're in terrible disarray. there are thousands upon thousands of documents on stacks on the floor. on 29th st
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